We chat to Sedgrid Lewis, CEO of Spy Parent; a US-based company that recently launched an anti-bullying application for mobile phones. Sedgrid talks about his 'Bully Block' app and explains how mobile networks should protect younger customers from cyberbullying.
Three UK is offering its customers a Facebook mobile application for Java-based feature phones that'll be available from tomorrow.
It's also enabling customers to download and use the app without incurring any data charges until the end of January 2012. The 'Facebook for Every Phone' application claims to provide a better and faster Facebook experience than other similar non-smartphone applications and mobile sites.
Chip designer and technology developer Qualcomm Incorporated has announced results for the third quarter of its current financial year.
The figures, for the three months ending 26th June 2011, showed revenue up 34% year-on-year to $3.62 billion. Net quarterly income was up 35% from 2010 to $1.04 billion.
Nokia has published quarterly results that show it's been overtaken by Apple in terms of smartphone sales.
16.7 million smartphones and 71.8 million other mobile phones were shipped in the three-month period. These figures are down from Q2 last year by 34% and 16% respectively.
Ofcom has published new research that looks at customer service satisfaction with the UK's largest landline, broadband, mobile and pay TV providers.
Thousands of consumers were interviewed in February as part of Ofcom's research and were asked to rate their customer service experience if they'd recently contacted their provider.